Brownie was my beloved puppy and I realized I was a good mother on the day he was tragically killed. I knew the loss I felt was not that of a mere pet owner even though some people told me hours after the accident that took his life that I should just go get another dog.
I loved Brownie more than I can explain. He was my little prince and is not “replaceable”.
RIP my sweet boy!
~ ♥ ~
I’ve never advertised, but by word of mouth and local renown was contacted by a lady who wanted to open a henna shop at Universal Studios, and went on to open it with/for her, work as the lead artist there for almost 4 years, and managed and ran the shop for the owner, taking her vision and my ideas to a whole awesome level..
I had repeat customers, and international clientele who returned time and again to see me, specifically requesting me and regaling me with tales of how much enjoyment my art brought them and others they shared it with.
I made great friends and had a truly wonderful experience working there…
It brought me indescribably joy, and I reached a pinnacle in my artistic career during those years, which took me over the threshold from just amazing to the best henna artist ever.. It’s not even me.. it’s just this.. instinctive natural thing.. that’s all come together.
Maybe its the experience of doing hundreds and hundreds of hennas in all different styles.. maybe it’s some talent from a higher power.. but I realize my brain just sees what to do and I just get in the flow of some kind of zone..
Anyways, if you’re ever in Orlando, and want some henna, check me out! :)
losing it is easy.
waiting until it will really mean something is the key.
it means alot, so make it mean alot. that’s my advice.
don’t let anyone slight you by making it something less than it could be.
when you think you’re ready.. tack on some extra time. anticipation only helps if it’s right, or shows that it’s wrong. lol…